Robbie Morrison

My work involves modeling national energy systems to support public policy development. I use open source and open data methods exclusively. Improving public engagement and developing trust are two key reasons for adopting open techniques in this domain.

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Recent Contributions from Robbie Morrison

05 July 2018

13:45:30, 05 Jul 2018 ( diff | hist). . Interview with security expert Bruce Schneier (Updated → added question on social trust model)

20 June 2018

22 May 2018

• (view) . . Comment: Understanding territorial scope under GDPR‎; 13:41:36, 22 May 2018 . . (talk | contributions )‎ ( Comment -> Thanks Linh. I thanks that is the correct move. Robbie .... )
• (view) . . Comment: Understanding territorial scope under GDPR‎; 13:05:57, 22 May 2018 . . (talk | contributions )‎ ( Comment -> The story mentions that "organizations" are subject to the GDPR. The GDPR in fa .... )

04 April 2018

• (view) . . Comment: Data misuse whistleblower gives evidence to UK parliament‎; 21:19:44, 04 Apr 2018 . . (talk | contributions )‎ ( Comment -> The Guardian reports on 4 April 2018 that an official facebook blog puts the num .... )

03 April 2018

• (view) . . Comment: Ingrid Strauch‎; 19:26:47, 03 Apr 2018 . . (talk | contributions )‎ ( Comment -> Hi Ingrid / thanks for the Christopher Wylie video link / unfortunately I haven' .... )

28 March 2018

• (view) . . Comment: Data misuse whistleblower gives evidence to UK parliament‎; 11:59:34, 28 Mar 2018 . . (talk | contributions )‎ ( Comment -> I watched much of the live-stream of Wylie's evidence. Is there an archive or tr .... )

23 March 2018

• (view) . . Comment: Feedback on everything please!‎; 10:44:35, 23 Mar 2018 . . (talk | contributions )‎ ( Comment -> In which case, articles should have an assigned status (and thinking aloud here) .... )
• (view) . . Comment: Feedback on everything please!‎; 10:33:26, 23 Mar 2018 . . (talk | contributions )‎ ( Comment -> Useful to not that all European Commission funded scientific research will be op .... )
• (view) . . Comment: Feedback on everything please!‎; 10:09:49, 23 Mar 2018 . . (talk | contributions )‎ ( Comment -> Any chance of an IBAN (international bank account number) so those of us in Euro .... )

21 March 2018

• (view) . . Comment: GDPR: European Union forces pace on protection of individual data on the internet‎; 14:02:29, 21 Mar 2018 . . (talk | contributions )‎ ( Comment -> Just be aware that it is a little inaccurate to say that individuals will own th .... )
13:57:15, 21 Mar 2018 ( diff | hist). . European Union forces pace on protection of individual data on the internet (Updated → added "in the case of personal data" because qualification is needed)
13:54:08, 21 Mar 2018 ( diff | hist). . European Union forces pace on protection of individual data on the internet (Updated → minor copy-edit / "million" should be downcased)
13:53:02, 21 Mar 2018 ( diff | hist). . European Union forces pace on protection of individual data on the internet (Updated → changed to exabytes as "quintillion" is ambiguous and rare)

13 February 2018

12 February 2018

• (view) . . Comment: What Amazon, Berkshire Hathaway, JP Morgan tell us about the US healthcare system‎; 12:52:50, 12 Feb 2018 . . (talk | contributions )‎ ( Comment -> Done. .... )

11 February 2018

08 February 2018

12:18:34, 08 Feb 2018 ( diff | hist). . Open Science (Updated → added bullet point on "open licensing")
12:15:00, 08 Feb 2018 ( diff | hist). . Open Science (Updated → smalll copy-edit)

07 February 2018

• (view) . . Comment: Assange and Snowden in exile while Pentagon Papers leaker in 'The Post' movie‎; 17:37:37, 07 Feb 2018 . . (talk | contributions )‎ ( Comment -> Just to note that I changed "presidents" to "precedence" and then reverted that .... )
17:34:56, 07 Feb 2018 ( diff | hist). . Assange and Snowden in exile while Pentagon Papers leaker in 'The Post' movie (Updated → reverting to "presidents" after reading the source (sorry))
• (view) . . Comment: Feedback on everything please!‎; 16:52:27, 07 Feb 2018 . . (talk | contributions )‎ ( Comment -> Hello Kaj. Interesting project. Just briefly. I don't mind if the forum posti .... )

06 February 2018

03 February 2018

02 February 2018

• (view) . . Comment: Has renewable energy hit a threshold for 'abrupt and irreversible change?'‎; 13:36:55, 02 Feb 2018 . . (talk | contributions )‎ ( Comment -> Hello Hubert. Electrical storage is indeed expensive and mostly indicated for s .... )
• (view) . . Comment: Has renewable energy hit a threshold for 'abrupt and irreversible change?'‎; 11:38:36, 02 Feb 2018 . . (talk | contributions )‎ ( Comment -> Hello Alan. You raise excellent points. I am sure the originating author will .... )

01 February 2018

• (view) . . Comment: Has renewable energy hit a threshold for 'abrupt and irreversible change?'‎; 13:22:39, 01 Feb 2018 . . (talk | contributions )‎ ( Comment -> I like the title. I've even seen Ottmar Edenhofer, Germany attempt an analysis a .... )
• (view) . . Comment: Has renewable energy hit a threshold for 'abrupt and irreversible change?'‎; 13:19:02, 01 Feb 2018 . . (talk | contributions )‎ ( Comment -> Hello Hubert. Very nicely written. And from my understanding, completely corre .... )

31 January 2018

• (view) . . Comment: May talks up UK as home of AI: warns tech sector it risks regulation‎; 14:00:32, 31 Jan 2018 . . (talk | contributions )‎ ( Comment -> With reference to the AI thread, it is not easy it analyze this kind of politica .... )

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